Bonnie and Clyde each own one third of a fast food restaurant
Bonnie and Clyde each own one-third of a fast-food restaurant, and their 13-year-old daughter owns all of the other shares. Both parents work full-time in the restaurant, but the daughter works infrequently. Neither Bonnie nor Clyde receives a salary during the year, when the ordinary income of the S corporation is $180,000.
An IRS agent estimates that reasonable salaries for Bonnie, Clyde, and the daughter are $30,000, $35,000, and $10,000, respectively. What adjustments would you expect the IRS to impose upon these taxpayers?
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